Delhi is significantly something more than the National Capital and a city of adoration. It is the outright mix of custom and innovation. A city with multitudinous landmarks on one hand and a world-class airplane terminal and metro on the other. Street food, shopping centers, thrifty shopping places, religious spots, theater; and so on and Delhi has it! Here we have brought to you a list of 10 best places apart from the world-renowned India Gate, Qutub Minar and the likes that you would need to visit when in the National Capital. Take note!


lotus temple

The Lotus Temple or the Bahá’í House of Worship is a work of art and an architectural masterpiece which will influence you to go ‘wow’ however pause, you can’t state that out loud! All things considered, when inside the temple, you need to be very quiet! There are no sermons or formal exercises rehearsed, one can simply sit in peace and implore their individual divine beings.

How To Reach: Nearest metro station-Nehru Place (Violet Line)



In the event that you are someone in love with art or simply get a kick out of the chance to go ‘aww’ over incredible brush strokes, you should visit this place. NGMA is a standout amongst the most tranquil open structures in Delhi. Go out for a stroll around this excellent bit of engineering and you won’t have any desire to return to the bustling streets of Delhi.

How To Reach: Nearest metro station-Khan Market (Violet Line)




A  must-see in your list, this site alone attracts 70% of all tourists who visit Delhi. Once you enter, we bet you wouldn’t wish to leave. The architecture is jaw-dropping and you will have access to a fountain show, a  boat ride, a huge garden and a food court full of scrumptious dishes and much more.

How To Reach: Closest metro station- Akshardham (Blue Line)



It was built by the emperor of the Tughlaq Dynasty in 1321. It is spread over a region of 6.5 km and is close to the settled private business zone of Tughlaqabad. A google-hunt of the stronghold is sufficient motivator for you to hop on the metro and influence a fun excursion to out of it. Keep in mind to take your excursion bin, douse up some sun and appreciate the fantastic magnificence.

How To Reach: Closest metro station- Tughlaqabad (Violet Line)


safdarganj tomb

This landmark was portrayed as the ‘last glint in the light of Mughal engineering’. It was worked in 1754 for statesman Safdarjung. The gigantic structure is encompassed by excellent greenhouses of the Mughal charbagh style. You’ll be absolutely astonished by the quiet condition here despite the fact that it is appropriate by the bustling Lodi Road.

How To Reach: Closest metro station- Jor Bagh (Yellow line)


agrasen ki baoli

Baoli which implies stepwell which was constructed keeping in mind the end goal to protect water in all circumstances. What is uncommon about this Baoli is that it is arranged right in the core of the city, encompassed by tall structures of Connaught Place. In the group, you may spot artists and craftsmen working their enchantment on paper on account of the awesomeness of the area.

How To Reach: Closest metro station- Rajiv Chowk (Yellow Line)


garden of five senses

This garden is a treat to the eyes. It has 25 figures and wall paintings in plain view and walkways encompassed by blossoming and fragrant bushes and trees. There is likewise a food and shopping court in the garden where you can appreciate a decent feast while a light breeze stirs your senses. The garden is spotted as a standout amongst the most sentimental places in Delhi.

How To Reach: Nearest metro station-Saket (Yellow Line)


iskon temple

Reverential tunes play while you stroll around the temple decorated with impressive pictures and icons of Lord Krishna. You will witness a quiet situation with a baffling vitality around you. A Vedic sound and light show titled ‘Gita Saar’ is organized in the Temple premises.

How To Reach: Nearest metro station-Nehru Place (Violet Line)


lodhi garden

An extraordinary place for morning strolls and family picnics! Lodhi Garden is spread over a zone of around 90 sections of land, it has 5 wonderful engineering works of fifteenth century-Mohammed Shah’s Tomb, Sikander Lodi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad. A must – visit the list

How To Reach: Closest metro station(s) – Jor Bagh (Yellow Line)/ JLN Stadium (Violet Line)


dilli haat

Now for the shopaholic in you. This place is a mobile voyage through Indian culture. Shop for all the ethnic wear you wish, over-burden your packs with wonderful bits of craftsmanship or simply appreciate the climate while having a badam kulfi. There are food stalls doling out tasty indulgences of various regions of India. In the event that you make a spontaneous trek to Dilli Haat, you may find a favorite show or a move/music execution.

How To Reach: Closest metro station – INA (Yellow line)

So next time you are in the National Capital, keep this list with you and ensure to visit them once and if you are already there and haven’t visited them yet, then what are you waiting for?  Enjoy your holidays traveling and visiting these marvelous places.


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